Delivering Value for Payers and Employers
Today, national healthcare payers are faced with significant challenges, including providing health insurance offerings that deliver on value, affordability, and access. Medtronic Payer and Employer Solutions has designed innovative programs to address the priority needs of payers that optimize clinical outcomes while reducing cost of care in the delivery system. We work closely with payers to design programs focused on aligning the needs of employer groups, members and providers.
Key Medtronic Payer & Employer Solutions Resources
Explore the Value
Find out how our payer solutions deliver cost-savings opportunities through programs that support minimally invasive surgery.
Increase Employee Engagement
Learn more about Treatment Decision Support vehicles designed for payers and employers.
Payer and Employer Programs
To meet goals that are top of mind for payers and employers, Medtronic Payer and Employer Solutions develop tailored models and approaches focused on two primary areas of opportunity that have been shown to reduce overall healthcare costs – minimally invasive surgery and bariatric surgery.
Our expert team uses the latest available data, pilot studies, tools and research to provide customized solutions that deliver better clinical outcomes and cost savings for payers and employers.
|Patient Education Programs||Treatment decision support vehicles and patient collateral to improve awareness and empower patients to make the best possible healthcare decisions when considering surgical options|
|Provider Programs: Surgeons and Hospitals||Optimal use of clinical research and healthcare economic analysis, and peer-reviewed literature to identify the most cost-effective surgical procedures, enhance provider/payer collaboration, and inform reimbursement strategies|
|Employer Centric Programs||Engagement with large, self-funded accounts to implement Treatment Decision Support and value-based insurance designs that optimize employer investment while empowering employees to actively participate in healthcare choices|